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  • Maui Space Surveillance Complex
  • Maui Space Surveillance Complex
  • Advanced Electro-Optical System (AEOS)
  • Maui High Performance Computing Center

Air Force Maui Optical & Supercomputing Site

Air Force Research Laboratory

The Maui Space Surveillance System (MSSS) is a state-of-the-art electro-optical facility combining operational satellite tracking facilities with a research and development facility, the only one of its kind in the world. The MSSS houses the largest telescope in the Department of Defense, the 3.67-meter Advanced Electro Optical System (AEOS), as well as several other telescopes ranging from 0.4 to 1.6 meters.

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LATEST NEWS

The AMOS Conference, 11-14 September 2012

THE AMOS CONFERENCE - 10-13 September 2013

The annual AMOS Technical Conference sessions include Adaptive Optics, Astrodynamics, Astronomy, Orbital Debris, Non-Resolved Object Characterization and more...

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Modernization and Upgrades Ribbon Cutting

Modernization & UPGRADES RIBBON CUTTING

A ceremony was held atop the summit of Haleakala, Wednesday, June 13, 2012, marking the end to a three-year site modernization effort for systems and equipment at the Maui Space Surveillance System.

 

MHPCC Proposed Maui Solar Initiative (MSI) Project

The draft Maui Solar Initiative Project Environmental Assessment and Finding of No Significant Impact for the Maui High Performance Computing Center located in Kihei, Maui Hawaii are available for public viewing and comment for the next 30 days. The public comment period ends at the close of business on October 22, 2013. Send comments to the AFRL Director, MHPCC/DSRC at 550 Lipoa Parkway, Kihei, Hawaii 96753 or e-mail comments to AFRL.RDO.Test.Safety@Kirtland.af.mil.


"AMOS is a tremendous contributor to our Space Situational Awareness capability. The people at AMOS, operating state of art electro-optical imaging assets, provide unique and accurate characterization of many space objects. In an increasingly congested space domain, AMOS plays a key role in our current and future space operations." -- September 2011

General William Shelton, Commander, Air Force Space Command